Can a small town full of eccentrics, including the smartest man in the world, survive the onslaught of a control freak Army general and his entourage's attempts to ruin their peaceful existence in their dairy farming community?
Follow the exploits of Bitwiddle Sidestep Quadrilateral as he reluctantly agrees to save the world. His monumental cerebral efforts may just distract him enough to allow his secretary's long cherished romantic desires to be realized.
Born the third oldest of seven children, Chris Faith's youth was mostly spent in front of a TV recovering from some sort of leg injury. His lifelong love of storytelling began when he started selling newspaper subscriptions door to door at age 11.
His first original poem for his second- grade daughter Emily that she required for school. With tremendous positive feedback, he started telling original stories to his daughter every night. The transition to up to actual written stories and poems was greatly assisted by his sister Helen's steadfast encouragement.
So with no formal training his writing career was off and running. His efforts have been fruitfull producing 41 poems, one full-length play, and this novel. His father (a record producer) and mother (an artist) raised seven creative children. The future will bring more novels, plays, and poems.